A new groundbreaking campaign aiming to tackle the global rise in cultural and religious intolerance.


The ‘All of Us’ education programme is based on a series of workshops suitable for KS2, KS3 and KS4 students. All workshops are externally led and last one-hour. Each workshop involves a screening of the film and a range of activities led by a trained All of Us facilitator.

The themes covered in the workshops link directly to content in the PSHE and Citizenship curricula and cover topics such as prejudice, conflict prevention and conflict resolution.

Workshop 1


“Can I identify root causes of conflict?”

– Available for KS2, KS3 and KS4+.

Workshop 2

“Can I celebrate our uniqueness and commonalities?”

– Available for KS2.

“Can I explore my role in conflict prevention?”

– Available for KS3 and KS4+.

“Students gave excellent feedback about these engaging, thought-provoking #PSHE sessions with AllofUsFilm – thank you very much!”

@WestminsterAca via Twitter

“Year 5 and 6 had a brilliant workshop with AllofUsFilm discussing ways to resolve conflict and why segregating and fighting is never the answer. Thought provoking and fun!”

@Wilberforce Primary School via Twitter

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